Brad Harrah

Cincinnati Bearcats #93 - Defensive End

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 258
  • Seasons: SR

Bearcats Fall To Houston In Disheartening Game

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So where are we now?

Bearcats Must Be Better Inside In 2015 Season

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As camp starts in earnest today for the 2015 Cincinnati Bearcats most of the talk will understandably center on Gunner Kiel and the offense. But the most important position for the Bearcats success...

Cincy guns for the AAC top spot

Cincinnati improved on paper and won nine games despite massive injuries; if reasonably healthy, the Bearcats are probably the safest bet in the AAC.

Cincinnati Bearcats Spring Game Primer

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For the first time in a long time the Bearcats quarterback position is settled during a spring practice. That means we can all turn our attention to the biggest question with the Bearcats in 2015,...

Norman Oglesby Is Officially A Bearcat

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The Bearcats only true defensive tackle commit in the class of 2015 hails from the same school as former stand out Jordan Stepp.

The Deep Roots Of The Bearcats Line Issues

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It goes back farther than you know. OK, not that far, but far.

Bearcats Defensive Line Has A Golden Opportunity

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The Virginia Tech Hokies are not in possession of a quality offensive line, far from it in fact. Can the Bearcats capitalize on their biggest advantage against a beleaguered Virginia Tech offense.

Bearcats Dominate South Florida 34-17

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Hard to know where to start with this.

5 Star DE CeCe Jefferson Visiting Cincinnati

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Yeah, I am as excited and confused as you are

Bearcats Depth Chart: Ohio State

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There are no changes to the bearcats depth chart this week, but there will be changes to who starts this game for the Bearcats

What To Expect: Buckeye O vs Cincinnati D

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As is so often the case this game will be decided at the point of attack. The first order of business for the Bearcats will be to limit the impact of the Buckeye ground game and to make J.T....

Bearcats Could Break In New Starters Against OSU

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The cavalry may be coming for the Bearcats defense in the form of some potential new starters.